Dili and the Dugong: Search for the Siren Sea Cow ... Timor-Leste from Below ... Episode 2 Out Now!
16th August 2018
Straight out from the country’s capital, Dili, it’s possible to dive with one of the most charismatic and rarest animals found in the ocean – the dugong. But simply stumbling across a sea cow in a large stretch of ocean is not easy! Bertie heads to dive site Tasitolu to try his luck.
The Best Dive Destination You've Never Heard Of: Timor-Leste from Below ... Episode 1 Out Now! From Scubazoo
9th August 2018
Nestled within the Indonesian archipelago, Timor-Leste may be the best dive destination you’ve never heard of. From sandy patches packed full of peculiar critters, spectacular cetacean sightings, and some of the most biodiverse reefs on Earth, from Below Timor-Leste is hard to beat.
Timor-Leste from Below will follow the epic journey of environmental photojournalist Aaron ‘Berie’ Gekoski around Timor-Leste’s most awe-inspiring underwater locations.
The first ever series on the underwater world of Timor-Leste, consisting of 10 episodes that cover the marine life, people and adventures in this country that could be the world's best kept secret dive destination. This unique web-series will be available for FREE viewing on scubazoo.tv and Scubazoo Facebook channels.
Timor-Leste from Below – a scuba diving web series set in the back of beyond…
Unspoilt, raw and magical, Timor-Leste’s marine world is unlike anywhere else on Earth. Cut off from the rest of the world for decades, the waters surrounding this isolated island are one of our ocean’s last frontiers. Many globally endangered species seek refuge in Timor’s rich and bountiful underwater world including the largest animal to have ever lived, the blue whale.
Join Aaron ‘Bertie’ Gekoski on a mission to explore the undiscovered, this is Timor-Leste from Below!
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